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[audio]Arctic Tipping Points - Carlos Duarte - Alex Smith
7 out of 13 potential climate tipping mechanisms are in the Arctic. Carlos Duarte, from WA U. Australia, and Spain, explains his recent paper on developing threats in the Arctic. Includes loss of sea ice, Greenland ice, methane in polar seas, drying peat and fires, loss of albedo and warming seas. Interview from Radio Ecoshock Show 120215 17 minutes
Keywords: environment; climate; climate change; global warming; Arctic; sea ice; methane; risks; science; interview; radio; Radio Ecoshock
Downloads: 140
[audio]Emergency Voyage to Track Arctic Methane - Radio Ecoshock
On short notice, a Russian research ship with Russian & American scientists was sent on a 45 day expedition to confirm reports of the sea "boiling". Led by Igor Semiletov, also funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, the group found "methane torches" coming from the seabed in the Eastern Arctic in September 2011. Reported by Russian press (RIA Novosti Sept 2 & Itar-Tass Sept 29) but not American media...
Keywords: environment; ocean; sea; ice; Arctic; science; climate; climate change; global warming; research; radio; Radio Ecoshock
Downloads: 170
[audio]Climate: Ready to Scramble Toward the Poles? - Alex Smith
Author of "American Exodus" Giles Slade sees humans joining plants & animals in migration toward Poles. Paul Beckwith on alarming new Arctic melt science from NASA. Dr. Nathan Beckwith on gas leaks in Boston and Washington D.C. Radio Ecoshock 140226 1 hour http://www.ecoshock.org
Keywords: environment; climate; climate change; global warming; Arctic; sea; ice; migration; refugees; science; energy; gas; leaks; methane
Downloads: 10
[audio]Sea Food Choices and Aquaculture - Alex Smith
Radio Ecoshock interview with Catherine Stewart, aquaculture campaigner with Living Oceans Society. How to make safe seafood choices (so you don't add to killing off species) - and why aquaculture needs to be in closed containment (to protect wild stocks and the ocean environment.) 2006.
Keywords: radio; radio ecoshock; environment; green; ecology; interview; ocean; aquaculture; sea food; food; species; protection; fish; fisheries
Downloads: 267
[audio]Deep Sea Damage
Short piece from BBC4 "Today" show on wreckage to ocean floor caused by trawling / trawlers. In the North Sea, the sea bottom has been almost killed off by repeated dragging of trawling equipment along the floor, killing almost everything. 2006.
Keywords: radio; environment; green; oceans; ecology; environmentalism; trawling; trawlers; sea bed; fishing; fisheries
Downloads: 365
[audio]Arctic Melt Down - Scientists Speak - Alex Smith
In 2012, the Arctic Sea Ice hit a stunning new record low. Rutgers scientist Jennifer Francis explains how this changes weather for billions of people in the Northern Hemisphere. Plus the Director of the Snow and Ice Data Center, Mark Serreze on record and what it means, and analysis from polar scientist Jennifer Bitz, U of Washington. In depth, direct from top scientists. Radio Ecoshock 120912 1 hour...
Keywords: environment; climate; climate change; global warming; Arctic; sea; ice; weather; impacts; melting; ocean; radio; Radio Ecoshock
Downloads: 559
[audio]Climate Wrap-up with Gareth Renowden - Alex Smith
What is the big picture on climate? Alex interviews Gareth Renowden, co-host of New Zealand's "The Climate Show". The record ice melt in the Arctic is top story even down-under. Gareth describes his new sci-fi book "The Aviator" from BurningWorld Books - a trip through the coming climate-damaged world. 25 min from Radio Ecoshock 120905. Visit Radio Ecoshock
Keywords: environment; environmentalism; climate; climate change; global warming; Arctic; sea ice; melting; energy; alternative energy; radio; show; Radio Ecoshock
Downloads: 42
[audio]China's Climate Challenge - Alex Smith
Direct from Beijing, Greenpeace East Asia Climate and Energy Campaigner Li Yan. We talk about China's challenges as the world's biggest greenhouse gas emitter, and heaviest coal user. But China also leads in renewables, and per capita uses less than France. How mass media reports on climate, and how to campaign in China. Visit Radio Ecoshock
Keywords: environment; environmentalism; climate; climate change; global warming; Arctic; sea ice; melting; China; coal; energy; alternative energy; radio; show; Radio Ecoshock
Downloads: 35
[audio]Catherine Stewart on Aquaculture - Alex Smith
Catherine Stewart, formerly of Greenpeace, now with Livingoceans.org - is battling to get polluting aquaculture "fish farms" into closed containment. For one thing, sea lice are killing off wild salmon. Talk recorded by Alex Smith for Radio Ecoshock at "Salmon Aquaculture Panel: Possible Solutions" organized by Rev. Lois Boxill, Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver. Recorded 2010 0427
Keywords: radio; radio ecoshock; environment; green; oceans; ecology; environmentalism; fish farming; aquaculture; Canada; risk; salmon; death; sea lice
Downloads: 190
[audio]Browsing for Endings - Alex Smith
Waiting for a resolution to the triple crisis of climate, energy and the economy? Alex interviews Gareth Renowden, co-host of New Zealand's "The Climate Show" on the big stories. From Beijing, Li Yan, Greenpeace East Asia climate coordinator on China's emissions and coal dependence. Plus "Tip of the Iceberg News" points you to important blog posts and audio you may have missed. Music from Deva Prewal...
Keywords: environment; environmentalism; climate; climate change; global warming; Arctic; sea ice; melting; China; coal; energy; alternative energy; radio; show; Radio Ecoshock
Downloads: 239
[audio]Sea Lice in Salmon Farms - Alex Smith
Update 2009 from Catherine Stewart, Living Oceans Society, on sea lice infesting farmed salmon - and infecting wild fish as well. Big risk from aquaculture - plus the pesticides they use by the ton to try and control these pests. Radio Ecoshock interview with Alex Smith. Visit Radio nEcoshock
Keywords: radio; radio ecoshock; environment; green; oceans; ecology; environmentalism; aquaculture; fish farms; sea lice; risks; impacts; Canada; interview
Downloads: 674
[audio]Arctic Emergency - Threat to the Planet - Alex Smith
Is the Arctic tipping into a global climate emergency? 3 interviews with 3 top climate scientists: Carlos Duarte, award-winning oceanographer; Peter Wadhams, arctic sea ice specialist at Cambridge; David Archer, University of Chicago, carbon & methane expert, co-editor at RealClimate.org. Each evaluates the possibility of a sudden methane burst raising global temperatures, and other Arctic risks. Radio Ecoshock 120215 1 hour Visit Radio Ecoshock
Keywords: environment; Arctic; polar; sea ice; tipping point; climate; climate change; global warming; science; interview; show; radio; Radio Ecoshock; methane
Downloads: 1,485
[audio]Climate: Arctic Thermostat Blows Up - Alex Smith
The Arctic thermostat for the world is broken, with record heat & emissions in 2012. Four speakers from Arctic Methane Emergency group film: Peter Wadhams, James Hansen, Natalia Shakhova, David Wasdell. Plus interview with AMEG member Paul Beckwith from University of Ottawa. How polar ice-melt derails climate of Nothern Hemisphere, heading for uncontrollable heating. Radio Ecoshock 121219 1 hour Visit Radio Ecoshock
Keywords: environment; climate; climate change; global warming; Arctic; sea ice; melt; polar; weather; impacts; radio; Radio Ecoshock; show
Downloads: 644
[audio]Arctic Emergency - Prof. Peter Wadhams - Alex Smith
Arctic summer sea ice may be gone by 2015. So says Cambridge ice expert Dr. Peter Wadhams. He supports a call for immediate action, made by the Arctic Methane Emergency Group. From Radio Ecoshock Show 120215 17 minutes
Keywords: environment; Arctic; polar; sea ice; tipping point; climate; climate change; global warming; science; interview; show; radio; Radio Ecoshock; methane
Downloads: 1,562
[audio]Burying the Future: Tars Sands, Pipelines, & Melting Arctic - Alex Smith
Canadian scientist Paul Beckwith explains how the Arctic warming emergency is changing your weather.  But first, the story of an anti-pipeline media warrior, John Bolenbaugh in his own words. The leaks, scandals and deaths behind Tar Sands pipelines. Radio Ecoshock 130424 1 hour.  Visit Radio Ecoshock
Keywords: environment; climate; climate change; global warming; Arctic; sea; ice; weather; drought; storms; oil; tar sands; oil sands; pipelines; U.S; Canada; protests; energy; politics; science
Downloads: 147
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